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29 Disgusting Facts About Ancient Greece You Never Learned in History Class

The Parthenon

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The Parthenon is the most important part of the Acropolis in Athens, and it was used for two reasons. It was built, first and foremost, as a tribute to the goddess Athena, and inside it, there is also the statue of Athena. It was also used as the state treasury.


The Legend Of Hercules

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Hercules is one of, if not the most well known, hero of Ancient Greece. Although there is some confusion between the Greek and Roman tales, one thing is for sure. He is one of the greatest heroes of all time, despite the madness he suffered under his trails.

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